[fair-oh] /ˈfɛər oʊ/
a group of 21 islands in the N Atlantic between Great Britain and Iceland, belonging to Denmark but having extensive home rule. 540 sq. mi. (1400 sq. km).
a group of 21 basalt islands in the North Atlantic between Iceland and the Shetland Islands: a self-governing community within the kingdom of Denmark; fishing. Capital: Thorshavn. Pop: 49 709 (2013 est). Area: 1400 sq km (540 sq miles) Also called Faeroe Islands, Faroe Islands
[fair-oh-eez, -ees] /ˌfɛər oʊˈiz, -ˈis/ noun, plural Faeroese. 1. a native or inhabitant of the Faeroe Islands. 2. the Scandinavian language spoken there. adjective 3. of or relating to the Faeroe Islands, its people, or their language. /ˌfɛərəʊˈiːz/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of the Faeroes, their inhabitants, or their language noun 2. […]
[fey-uh-ree, fair-ee] /ˈfeɪ ə ri, ˈfɛər i/ noun, plural faeries, adjective 1. . [fey-uh-ree, fair-ee] /ˈfeɪ ə ri, ˈfɛər i/ noun 1. the imaginary land of the ; fairyland. 2. Archaic. a . adjective 3. . /ˈfeɪərɪ; ˈfɛərɪ/ noun (archaic or poetic) (pl) -ries 1. the land of fairies 2. enchantment adjective, noun 3. a […]
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[fahv-nir, fawv-] /ˈfɑv nɪr, ˈfɔv-/ noun, Scandinavian Mythology. 1. a dragon, a son of Hreidmar and the brother of Otter and Regin: he killed Hreidmar for the cursed treasure of Andvari and was killed in turn by Sigurd at the instigation of Regin. /ˈfæfnɪə; ˈfæv-/ noun 1. (Norse myth) the son of Hreidmar, whom he […]